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Bahrain court sentences 32 anti-regime activists to jail
A court in Bahrain has sentenced 32 anti-regime activists to jail over their alleged role in an attack on a police station in the capital more than a year ago.
Amnesty concerned over resumption of executions in Bahrain
Amnesty International has expressed grave concern over pronunciation of death sentences and resumption of executions in Bahrain as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed crackdown on pro-democracy campaigners in the country.
UK opens permanent naval base in Bahrain (Video)
The UK has officially opened a permanent military base in the Persian Gulf country of Bahrain, making a military return to the region after a hiatus that lasted more than four decades.
Qatar files UN complaint about Bahraini ‘airspace violation’
Qatar has filed a complained with the UN Security Council against Bahrain, accusing a fighter jet belonging to Manama of violation its airspace at the weekend.
Bahrain vows to come down hard on anti-regime social media activists
Bahraini authorities have announced they would be taking "severe measures" to track down political dissidents and anti-regime activists who use social media as the ruling Al Khalifah dynasty does not shy away from its heavy-handed crackdown on pro-democracy campaigners in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom.
Shirazi cult in Bahrain slams Iran Embassy attack: Envoy
The representative of Shirazi cult in Bahrain strongly condemned the recent attack on Iranian Embassy in London, Iran envoy to the UK Hamid Baeidinejad said.
Bahrain’s al-Watan daily seeks to sully opposition’s image to please Al Khalifah regime
A Bahraini Arabic-language daily newspaper affiliated to the ruling Al Khalifah dynasty has claimed that the three pro-democracy campaigners recently shot dead by regime forces in the Persian Gulf waters were killed in Eastern Ghouta near the Syrian capital city of Damascus.
Amnesty: Bahrain’s Nabeel Rajab conviction ‘a slap in the face of justice’
The sentencing of prominent human rights defender Nabeel Rajab to five years in prison for peacefully expressing his opinions online illustrates the Bahraini authorities’ utter contempt for freedom of expression, said Amnesty International.
Bahrain bars opposition lawmakers from contesting in elections
Bahrain’s Council of Representatives has approved a new legislation, preventing members of dissolved political parties from taking part in the country’s parliamentary and municipal elections later this year.
Clashes mark anniversary of Bahrain’s 2011 uprising
Bahrain’s security forces clashed with protesters marking the seventh anniversary of the February 14 uprising.
Bahrainis stage nationwide rallies, general strike to mark uprising anniversary
Seven years ago on this day, the Persian Gulf monarchy of Bahrain witnessed the birth of a popular uprising that has continued uninterrupted until now. Marking the seventh anniversary of the movement against the ruling Al Khalifah regime, thousands of Bahrainis have spilled out into the streets across several towns and villages amid a heavy police presence.
Amnesty warns against expulsions, executions of activists in Bahrain
Amnesty International has warned against the executions and expulsions of anti-regime activists in Bahrain, saying Manama is using the sentences as a tool to crush all forms of opposition.
Bahrain’s top cleric hospitalized after long delay for urgent treatment
Senior Bahraini cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim was transferred to hospital to undergo a hernia surgery, 10 days after he was said to be in critical condition under house arrest.
Bahrain regime forces detain another Shia clergyman
Bahraini regime forces, backed by masked militiamen, have arrested a Shia Muslim cleric on the northwestern coast of the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom as the ruling Al Khalifah dynasty presses ahead with its heavy-handed crackdown and persecution of the members of the religious community in the country.
Bahrain police detain 49, charge 290 in mass crackdown
Bahraini police have arrested 49 people over allegations of links to terrorism and filed charges against another 290, as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed clampdown on political dissidents.

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